- City: Fitzgerald
- State: Georgia
- Country: United States
- Listed: March 14, 2013 11:49 pm
- Expires: This ad has expired
BRAND NEW 2011 HURRICANE MODEL 8.5×36 GOOSENECK AUTO CAR HAULER – ENCLOSED TRAILER
10,400 lb GVWR
- Heavy Duty Rectangular Steel Tubing for the Wall and Ceiling Frame
- 3M Certified VHB Screwless Exterior (exclusive unrestricted design in conjunction with 3M) Ask any of our competitors what they charge to make the trailer “Screwless” and they’ll tell you it’s a major and expensive upgrade. Screwless Exterior is now a standard feature on ALL Hurricane Model Trailers. Screwless exterior forms a moisture barrier at each seam to prevent damage. Another advantage of the screwless exterior is the elimination of the “Wavy & Wrinkled” appearance other trailers get when a temperature change causes the exterior metal to expand or contract. These benefits help maintain the “Showroom Quality” look that our Hurricane Series is known for.
- (2)5200 lb. Dexter Brand 4″ Drop Leaf Spring Axles with Radial Tires (Ask our competitors how much the upgrade to Dexter Axles cost and you’ll see the value of our STANDARD feature.)
- Forward Self Adjusting Brakes come standard on our axles which is not the norm in the trailer industry today. In fact, most trailers don’t have self adjusting brakes at all.
- One Piece Aluminum Seamless Roof Our competitors use galvalume for their roof material which has seams every 4′ and can rust, increasing the possibility of the roof leaking. Ask them how much the upgrade to an aluminum one piece seamless roof is and you’ll see the real value of this as a STANDARD Feature.
- LED Lights on the Entire Exterior (not just the tail lights)
- 36″ Side Door Piano Hinged w/ RV Flush Lock with Keys
- Radial Tires (225/75/R15 “D” Rated 15″ Tires) Last up to 5 times longer than the bias ply tires on our competitor’s trailer.
OTHER IMPORTANT STANDARD FEATURES:
- 28′ Floor Space plus 8′ Riser Space for a 36′ Overall Length
- DOUBLE 8″ I-Beam Main Frame
- Rear Ramp Door with Spring Assist and Double Bar Lock
- 16″ Ramp Extension Flap
- 6’6″ Interior Height / 32″ Height in Riser
- Ceiling Center Liner to Prevent Ceiling and Roof Cross Member Friction
- Gooseneck Coupler
- Two Speed Manual Landing Gear
- 16″ On Center Floor, Walls & Ceiling
- 2 & 5/16″ Gooseneck Coupler
- LED Turn Signals
- Heavy Duty Welded Safety Chains
- 7 Way Round Plug
- Molded Tag Bracket
- Battery Backup Break Away Kit
- 3/8″ Finished PTS Plywood Walls (BEWARE of Luan walls. It has no structural value. The interior walls are crucial in keeping the trailer square.)
- 3/4″ Heavy Duty A-B Grade Sanded Underlayment Plywood Floor (BEWARE of floors such as CDX or a lesser grade plywood which is cheaper and will delaminate.)
- True Automotive Grade Paint on the Frame (Look under the trailer. Other manufacturers use so little paint that it’s rusting before it leaves the factory.)
- (2)Non Powered Roof Vents (both braced for an a/c)
- (2)Iterior Dome Light w/ Wall Switch
- ATP Stone Guard Front
- Anodized Rounded Front w/ Aluminum Radius Caps
- Powder Coated Silver Mod Rims
- 4 D-Ring Tie Downs (recessed in the floor and bolted to a steel plate welded to the frame)
- Aluminum Fender Flares
- Anodized Front Corners
- ATP Stepwell
- E-Z Lube Hubs
- 6′ No Show Beavertail
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